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Oct 7, 2012 4:30am PDT
as a subaru. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. >>> continuing our series on cancer care now, the cost of some of these medicines we've been talking about can be prohibitive, but i cently spent time at the country's largest cancer center and i found that patients there are often treated with medication that you can literally buy with the change in your pocket. it's an old drug that they hope will be a new kind of cheer. jan chapman volunteers at this animal shelter. she helps pets find loving homes. now if you looked at her, you'd never know she has endometrial cancer. when it came back, the prognosis was terrible. she was told she had a chance of one to five years. that's when she started treating. >> i initially had a lot of the nodules shrinking and now i've stabilized where nothing much is happening. >> in this case nothing happens is good news. what did it? maybe the experimental medicine. but based on the larger study she was part of, difference maker was a drug she took initially to control side effects. dr. karen lu is part of jan's oncology team and she's talked about metforme
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